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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flathead:

2 syllables:
at head,
cat head,
fat head,
flat head,
that head,
crack head,
hang head,
pan head,
scratch head,
shall lead,
at end,
that end,
that held,
that lead,
that tend,
what end,
hot head,
pot head,
and dead,
and head,
band head,
had dared,
had held,
amp head,
back end,
black haired,
black heads,
brass heads,
crack heads,
fag end,
flash heads,
grass heads,
hangs head,
match heads,
nags head,
rams head,
scan edf,
scrag end,
shag haired,
staff heads,
stamp head,
tag end,
that air,
that tell,
track heads,
cracked heads,
pat pend,
shall tread,
that ends,
that leads,
that tends,
bad debt,
block head,
cows head,
cross head,
drop head,
for head,
from head,
mop head,
or head,
own head,
shock head,
small head,
sore head,
your head,
bad air,
bad egg,
back edge,
black hair,
catch hell,
grass heath,
jack hare,
jack ketch,
laugh where,
pasch egg,
ram air,
than air,
at mid,
at odd,
bat eared,
class stood,
fat tide,
glass stood,
grass stood,
meat head,
not dead,
not end,
not held,
not lead,
not tend


3 syllables:
arrow head,
hammer head,
chapter head,
latter end,
static head,
a bad egg


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